22.02.2020, 23:00

Kulturhaus Kili - Raving Lebanon: Amsterdam Takeover

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In this edition of Raving Lebanon, we are inviting a bunch of the finest freaks from the Amsterdam free party scene to play in Killi. From relative newcomers to folks who wave been throwing raves for 20 years, they will bring you an eclectic mixture of styles! Expect a journey from Electro and Techno to Acid and HardTek in the big room and Jungle, Drum'n'Bass and Breakcore in the small room!

This party is a benefit for the Camp 009 - Artists for Refugees project!
Photo taken by Ina Felina in one of the southern suburbs of Beirut.

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LINEUP

Anita Underkonstrucktion (Nostruckture)

Wanorde *LIVE* (Violient Cases / Chimera Pact)


Red Lebanon (Wtf / Korsakov / Kratos Agency)


Coman Dante (Barcode Recordings / Therapy Sessions)


Das Punkt *LIVE*


Nir Mint 23 (Cyberrise)
mixcloud.com/NirMint23

Shimla


DaansFloor


Yke (Chronic)

Skøre (THC)


Trankilo (Kloki)

DJ Kakapoo (ADM)


Visuals By:

VJ Nuns With Guns
Videomapping.org

Shimla

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No Racists, Sexist, Assholes!!!

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Since the outbreak of the civil war in syria in 2011, a few million people fled from the country. Some managed to get to Europe under most difficult circumstances, many others only escaped to the neighbouring country of Lebanon. Currently, around 2 million refugees live in inhumane conditions in the camps of Bekaa Valley in the northeastern part of the country. As the borders can't be crossed anymore and the current situation makes any return to their homeland impossible, there is neither chance of moving on or back. Some have been living in a camp for 5 years already. The people there hardly receive any support, there is a lack of everything - especially children's clothes and shoes.

We are a group of young people from Berlin and we organise direct help for the people on the spot. We collect donations and shoes and take the support reliefs directly to the camp, as we recently did on our journey in October 2019. We have helpers in Lebanon, who actively support us collecting donations. Our next journey's goal will be to build furhter structures to help us offer and intensify diverse projects in the camps. Find out more about our projects, like the analog photography project or the socks, knitted for us (and you!) by syrian women, on our page Camp 009 - Artists for Refugees.